To do well in the job hunting process in Japan you have to prepare properly and follow the Japanese style, which is a little different.
On this episode I’m speaking with Adam Kardos, Owner of English Access who created a fun interactive game that helps children to learn English.
Can you get a childcare licence in Japan as a foreigner, without speaking perfect Japanese?
Teaching English abroad is an incredible way to see the world, meet a wide range of people, as well as explore a career that changes the lives of others. However, the first step to embarking
Japan has a fairly reasonable paid leave system. Called “yūkyū” in Japanese, all workers are legally entitled to paid leave. Let’s look at how much leave you can claim in Japan, and other rights.
Teaching English in Japan requires much more than simply teaching grammar or vocabulary. Here we explain everything you need to know about being an English teacher in Japan.
Perfect grammar but zero conversational skills – this is how the Japanese are often described regarding their English proficiency. What went wrong with how the language is taught?
Furnishing an apartment is an expensive endeavor, but there is a neat way to cut down the costs. A visit to the local 100 yen store! Let’s take a look at some great things to pick up there.
Japanese people are obsessed by blood type, but should they be and where does this fascination come from?
Even though it may be difficult to travel right now, there are plenty of vacation-worthy beaches near Tokyo. Here are the seven best beaches for you to visit—even if you’re on a budget!
Reconnect with family, visit the ancestral grave or spend time with friends – there are lots to do during the Autumnal Equinox Day.
Despite being a developed country, gender equality in Japan is still very low compared to other countries. Here we explain the reasons for this situation.